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NYC hotel offers room rates based on your stress level

Posted by Melanie Nayer  April 18, 2013 05:20 AM

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kimpton-nyc.jpgStressed? Maybe stressed? A little stressed? If you're feeling even the slightest bit off this month, Eventi, A Kimpton Hotel, has an overnight package for you.

April is National Stress Awareness Month and what better place to blow off some steam than in New York City? Eventi, A Kimpton Hotel, is offering stress level reduction packages to help keep your stress levels in check. Depending on where your stress level is - high, medium or low - you can enjoy a tech-free room, aromatherapy or yoga in your room.

Here's a breakdown of the deals:

High Stress Package, from $600 a night:

  • Zen room stripped from technology
  • Complimentary bottle of wine and basket of healthy snacks
  • Rose petal filled bathtub
  • Your own Kimpton robe to take home
  • 90-min in-room massage
  • The “Turn-off” turn down service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea or warm milk and honey, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music

Medium Stress Package, from $490 a night:
  • Free in-room movies and popcorn
  • Tea-infused cocktails
  • Your own Kimpton robe to take home
  • 60-min In-room massage
  • The “Turn-off” turn down service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music

Low Stress Package, from $330 a night:
  • Aromatherapy scents
  • Yoga video and mat
  • 25-min in-room massage
  • The “Turn-off” turn down service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music

The packages are based on double occupancy and are available through April 30, 2013.

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